The Nintendo Switch in handheld mode is essentially a game controller cut in half with a display wedged in the middle. Hori’s Daemon X Machina Grip controller, launching in September in Japan, is a more literal interpretation of the concept. Update: And now there’s an Australian Amazon listing for it.
Screenshot: Hori This July, Japanese peripheral maker Hori is releasing a Joy-Con with a proper D-pad. Thank goodness for that! You will, however, have to trade some standard features for it.
When there’s no usable television in sight or your eyes just aren’t good enough to share the Nintendo Switch’s 6.2-inch screen with a friend, a portable gaming monitor is a nice thing to have around.